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Unit 3 - Gases & Equilibrium


2/11: HW:  1. Gas Pressure HW  2. Physics/Gas Pressure sheet  3. Read Proving the Ideal Gas Constant Lab

2/12: St. & Rev. HW/Lecture on Gas density, Dalton's partial pressure and mole fraction/Prep Proving the Ideal Gas Law Constant Lab
        HW: 1.  Finish lab prep  2. Gas Law problems [Rev & Check 10-2 pg 381]  3.  Read Fast Track pgs. 131-136 

2/13: St & Rev HW/ Proving the Ideal Gas Law Lab- Each pair do one good trial and then share calcs for table 2. /
            HW: 1. Calcs Table 2 & 3  and graph   2. Read Fast Track pgs. 137- 138

2/14:  Collect Lab/5 minutes Gas Properties simulation -Phet/ Prep:Inquiry Lab with gas pressure - procedure in a 
                    team of 4 people /HW: 1. Example 10.10 pg. 389   2. Rev & check section 10.5 pg. 390

2/18:  Do Inquiry Lab with gas pressure and turn in/HW: 1. Fast Track Chapter 4 M/C  

2/19:  St 2/14 & 2/18 HW/Kinetic Molecular Theory of Gases with math/, Diffusion & Effusion, van der Waals equation/
             Rev & Check pg 395-396/HW: 1. Fast Track Chapter 4 FRQ's  2. Rev. & Check pg 399, 401

2/20:  St HW/Covalent Bonds, Lewis Structures, carbon based organic compounds & formal charges  (sec. 8.3)/
            HW: Chapter 10 textbook AP ?'s

2/21: St HW/Isoelectronic species, Formal charge, resonance, Octet exceptions/
            HW: Read Fast track Chapter 3:pgs 109-through 116. 

2/24:  Formal Charge practice/VSEPR and molecule shapes [Shapes handout]/In class do Review and Check problems 
                  on Pg. 314/ HW:complete problems on pgs. 337- 337a: 5 a, 13 b, 19

2/25:  St HW/Bond and molecular polarity and dipole moment/Bond Order and Bond LengthHW: Rev & 
            Check 8-8, pg. 325, Pg. 337-337c: 27, 35, 41

2/26:   St & Rev HW/Diagonal Rule & Electron Configuration/Chapter 9: Hybridization - Valence Bond Theory / 
            HW: 1. Read Fast Track pgs. 116 -124  2. Chapter 3 Fast track M/C

2/27:    St & Rev HW/Bond dissociation enthalpy/Intermolecular Forces Handout and Read in text/ Complete the following problems:
            Sec 8-9 pg. 331,  Pg. 337c: #45 & 49, CYU pg. 349, 351 & 354
            HW: 1. Chapter 9 AP Practice M/C & FRQ's pg. 369i-369j
                    2. Fast Track Chapter 3 FRQ 
                     Optional: Molecular Orbital Theory [We will have to go over paramagnetism & diamagnetism]

2/28:  St & Rev HW/Properties of liquids & phase diagrams: Read section 12-7/ Phase Diagram Handout/
                  Colligative properties/Demo of solubility/HW: 1. Chapter 11 AP M/C & FRQ's pg 435g-435h  2. Chapter 12 AP 
                  pg. 467l   


3/2:  St HW/Reaction Quotient, Q & Disturbing a chemical equilibrium/Students do pg. 583: 7, 11, 17, 23 on board
                    HW: AP M/C & Free response ?'s, pg 583 I - 583 l

3/3:  Acids & Bases, Ionization Constant (Ka, Kb, Kw)/HW: 1. Rev & Checks: pg.598, 600, 603  2. Read section on 
                 "The Reaction of a Strong Acid with a Strong  Base" pg. 603-604  3. View link on pH Titration Curves 

3/4:  Students do problem #65 c on page 629 d/Titration curves handout/Strong Acid &Strong Base titration with 
                Drop Counters - set up & condition and load buret with acidHW: 1. If 6.74 ml of 0.146 M HCl is added to 
                25.46 ml of unknown NaOH, what is the molarity of the NaOH solution.  2. If you combine 15.67 ml of the 
                same acid and 24.56 ml of 0.245 M NaOH, what is the pH of the resulting solution.
                     [Remember today's problem with our discussion.]

3/5:  Weak Acid + Strong Base, Strong Acid + Weak Base, Weak Acid + Weak Base Info/Acid Base Properties of ions 
                Table 16.3 pg. 599/Data collection Strong Acid/Strong Base Titration with calcs & sketch of Titration Curve - 
                 Review Regions of the Curve on board/pH = pKa  + Log [A-]/[HA]/ HW: 1. Complete Lab Calcs  
                 2. Read section on "The Reaction of a Weak Acid with a Strong Base" pg. 604    
                 3.  Titration curve video

3/6:  Collect Strong Acid/Strong Base Lab/ Acid/Base equilibrium problems /Prep for Weak Acid & Strong Base 

                    Titration Lab/HW: 1. Rev & Check 16-6, 16-7     2. Weak Acid/Strong Base Lab Help: Prep lab in notebook: Write a complete

                     Introduction section and data table to include: Volume of acetic acid, Volume Initial NaOH, Volume Final NaOH, total # drops

                     of base added, and # of drops at equivalence pt.


3/9:  Weak Acid &Strong Base Titration with full titration curve, solve  for pKa and Ka of acid - Turn in lab/ 
                    HW: 1. Review & Check section 16-8 & 16-9.  

3/10:   Identify Titration curves/equilibrium expressions sheet with Ksp/Use  of Ka & Kb in equilibrium problems/ HW:
                 1. Finish 16-7 Rev & Check, Chapter problems: 87, 93, 119 
                 2.  Fast track book Chapter 7  & 10 (ALL)

3/11:
                    
3/12: Midterm Exam [This can replace either your unit 1 or unit 2 test if it is better]                   


    
                     1. Pgs. 403a- 403 c: 5, 11, 15, 17, 23, 31, 37 
                   /HW: 1.  AP MC [Skip # 7, 8] for chapter 10: pg. 403 k-m  2.  AP Free 
                    Response for Chapter 10: pg. 403 n

     /HW:  Rev. & check Pg. 395-396, pg. 399, 401

     Finish AP MC # 7, 8/ HW: 1. Study Groups - Focus on Pg 215-216 & 402-403

    Problems: 71, 79, 81, 93, 95 on pgs. 217e-217g & Problems: 41, 43, 45, 47, 49, 51, 55 on pgs. 403 c-403 d
                 [Check answers in back of book]/
 
     HW: 1. Skim Chapter 6 & take notes  2. Watch Photoelectric effect   video  

 HW:  1. Do Rev. & Checks Pg. 295-296 
    /HW: Rev. & Check sections on pg. 298, 302 & 307


           


  3/16: Titration Worksheet with partner/ /Review Problems: 87,93, 119/More practice if time - Ka & Kb problems/
                   Prep Weak Base & Strong Acid Lab/HW: 1.  Chapter 16 AP M/C and FRQ  2. Prep Weak Base & Strong Acid Lab

  3/17:   Weak base & strong Acid lab - finish and turn in/HW: 1. Read pH Indicator section pgs. 653-655 

  3/18: Lecture: Common Ion Effect & Buffers/HW:  1.  Rev. & Check Section 17-1 & 17-2 & 17-3  2. Read Buffer Lab & Prep
                    -Universal Indicator Color Chart  3.  read section 17-4 and complete Rev. & Check 17-4.
                   4/20: Complete Buffer Lab/ HW: 1.  Read section 17-5,  17-6 & 17-7, and complete Rev. & Checks  2. Buffer Lab Calcs 1- 4a (make buffer)

  3/19:  Buffer Lab Calcs for addition of acid and base/ Short Ksp lecture/Read & prep Bicarbonate Lab: Intro, prelab ?/HW: 1. Chapter 17: AP M/C 
                 2.  Fast Track Chapter 11(ALL) 3. Finish Buffer Lab


  3/20: Collect Buffer Lab/Make data table for standardization of the HCl/ Complete Standardization/Make one data table for 
                 two trials for an unknown 
                sample [volume of acid used, mass of vial and sample before, mass of vial and sample after]/
                HW: 1. Chapter 17: AP  FRQ's  2. Fast Track Chapter 12 & Chapter 13(ALL)
            
 3/23: Complete Carbonate Lab/Acid-base neutralization -Handout 2/HW: 1. 
             2.  Finish Carbonate Lab and ID unknown



3/26: Collect Unit 3 HW stamps/Unit 3 Test

  
         

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